- Adelaide E Fox literally married the boy next door. As the 1920 Census shows, she at age 16 was living at 14 Mason Street, while Louis C. Hess, age 18, was at 44 Mason Street. Indeed they are on the same page in the 1920 census. Ultimately, I guess, they were not on the same page. In any case, she eventually married William Deutsch.
1930 United States Federal Census
Louis C Hess
Name: Louis C Hess
Estimated birth year: abt 1903
Relation to head-of-house: Head
Spouse's Name: Adelaide E Hess
Home in 1930: Hammond, Lake, Indiana
On April 11, 1930 Louis C. Hess (27, architect) b. in Indiana of Indiana parents, is living at 108 Farmwood Avenue in Hammond, Lake, Indiana, and was married when he was 22. With him is his wife, Adelaide E. Hess (27, none) b. in Illinois [!] of a PA father and a Mass mother who was married when she was 20. Also sons Louis C. Hess, Jr. (2 years, 10 Mos) and Harrie F. (1 yr, 5 mos). Finally a servant, Hazel F. S. Thonert (16, servant) b. in Illinois of an Indiana father and a German mother.
Headline: McCarthy To Speak In Vegas
THE SUN REMEMBERS: 1952
Where I Stand -- Hank Greenspun: 'There can be no compromises with the underworld'
A POLITICAL titled "Naughty Naughty" feature Joeseph McCarthy and Richard Nixon. The cartoon appeared in the Nov. 4, 1952 edition of the Las Vegas Sun. SUN FILE PHOTO
Note to readers: This column by Sun founder Hank Greenspun appeared on Feb. 21, 1952.
Story: Sen. Joseph McCarthy of Wisconsin will address a Las Vegas audience at War Memorial auditorium in the City Hall building, one week from tonight -- Oct. 13, it was announced yesterday by Mrs. Adelaide Deutsch, president of the Women's Republican club which is sponsoring his appearance here. ... An old-fashioned torchlight parade down Fremont street is set for 7:30, with the speaking program at War Memorial set for 8 p.m. ... The Wisconsin senator will speak on "Corruption and Communism."
October 1952 -- McCarran sends Sen. Joe McCarthy, R-Wis., to Las Vegas to bait Hank Greenspun. In a public speech, McCarthy calls Hank an "ex-communist." He refers to the Sun as "The Daily Worker." Hank chases him off the podium.
February 1954 - The Sun begins a seven-part series titled, "Is Senator McCarthy a Secret Communist?" The U.S. postmaster general is asked to yank the Sun's second-class mailing permit. Hank is indicted for "tending to incite murder or assassination" of McCarthy. Later in the year he is acquitted.
Social Security Death Index
Name: Adelaide F. Deutsch
Last Residence: 89108 Las Vegas, Clark, Nevada, United States of America
Born: 2 Jun 1903
Died: Jan 1990
State (Year) SSN issued: Indiana (Before 1951)
[Majer Colegrove Family.FTW]
Information provided by Agnes Margaret Colegrove Fraser in 1989.
Parents Frank Fox (rin 465)
Married 1st (Hess), 2nd Bill Deutsch and lived in Las Vegas, Nevada, , [4, 5, 7]